"Hold up! Pull out!" Look, they're pulling books, let's try it too!
The teacher came into the classroom with a spring breeze and said with a smile: "Today, let's play a game. If you guys pull out the book, you can get 50 points." The students immediately talked about it, and the teacher sold it in the gourd What medicine is it? Wouldn't it be that easy?
After discussion, the classmate Fu among us stood up, he strode up, took the book, pinched the spine with both hands, his face was bruised, his legs spread out, his teeth were gritted, and he shouted on the stage: "Why so? Difficult to open! "The students began to intimidate and lure:
"Come on! Victory, I invite you to eat KFC!"
"Hold on, you can do it!"
"Don't give up, believe in yourself."
However, the book was like a discouraged ball, without a trace of movement. Finally, he couldn't hold it, and said to the teacher, "Teacher, let's substitute!" Suddenly, the atmosphere in the classroom dropped to freezing point. We said nothing. I thought silently in my heart, is it really so difficult?
It's my turn! I picked up the book and observed it carefully. It turned out that the two pages were crossed together! Who can pull this away? The more pages there are, the greater the friction! To go is to disintegrate power. This is how to do?
The last one is our cartilage classmate Sun, who has no eyes and no fighting spirit at all. As soon as I got the book, I started to pull out. The students in the audience could be very anxious for him, shouting desperately: "Come on! Come on!" The people in the audience were more anxious than him, and their eyebrows became sloppy. I was more anxious for him than I was on the stage myself. But the book in his hand remained motionless.
Tough confrontations continue. It is conceivable that the champion of this competition is non-friction.
"Ah! Try hard!" "Come on, and work harder, fast!" The voice still echoed in my ears. This little game lesson has given me infinite imagination and great gains.The address of this article: 600 words of mysterious composition of friction http://www.zuowenwang.net/p/249727.html reproduced, please indicate the source!